Presentation on theme: "DRIVER CPC Legislation in the UK: The Operator Millbrook, 4 th October 2012 Patrick HENRY National Driver Development Manager Kuehne-Nagel Ltd."— Presentation transcript:
DRIVER CPC Legislation in the UK: The Operator Millbrook, 4 th October 2012 Patrick HENRY National Driver Development Manager Kuehne-Nagel Ltd
Competence or Compliance? A No’s game or a game of two halves? Quantity or Quality? Some thoughts for those who haven't started yet? We are doing our bit…are you doing yours? 100 weeks to go Remember no extra time
COSTLY A few words to describe DCPC so far? What’s the point ? The driver’s point of view Positive impact on morale of drivers Drivers switching polarity in the course of a session! Sense of feeling more “valued” because of the training received. Quieter, doubting drivers transformed into eager contributory pupils. A sense of security and importance within the company Shared learning, a feel good factor plus a badge to prove it! A day wasted Company perspective Observed improvement in behavioural skills Awareness of costs….staff retention…you bet!
Questions you could ask before spending your DCPC budget Who’s minding their knowledge gap! Show us your credentials Does it do what it says on the tin? Are you going to be long? Your place or mine?
“Directive 2003/59/EC on the initial qualification & periodic training of drivers of trucks or buses was adopted to ensure a common level of training for such drivers with a view to enhancing road safety” Finally